S is for Sing

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“When you feel down and out
Sing a song, it’ll make your day yeah yeah
Here’s a time to shout
Sing a song, it’ll make a way
Sometimes it’s hard to care
Sing a song, it’ll make your day
A smile so hard to bear
Sing a song, it’ll make a way
Singasong…”       Earth Wind and Fire

A spirit guide once told me, “Sing out the pain.”  That was a poignant bit of advice to receive. At that time I was so confused, caught up in my emotions, unsure of my own boundaries, and more. I suffered from the blues on more than one occasion. I was a sponge — soaking up the pains and hardships of others. Althea, just Althea also told me “Your pain is the world’s pain.” That spoke much to me since I am an empath and if I am not careful, I take on other’s emotions and feel their pain.

“I sing because I’m happy, I sing because I”m free…”    Civilla D. Martin

And so it is the music I sing that runs interference between me and all the free-floating sadness/pain/trauma/emotion/blues and what have you that saturates the atmosphere. Music creates. Music is the object through which creation happens. Music also heals. Music has the power to move the most crusted over, wrenched-in place within me and set it free. Music is life. And so I sing.

“Each soul has its own note to sing in the divine chorus and no voice is more important than another.”  ― Prem Prakash

There’s a song only you can sing. It’s your singular universal note. And it is imperative that you sing it, lest the music of the spheres be discordant. Sing because it matters. Sing because it’s right. Sing to mend what ails you. Sing because your life, your heart needs it. Sing to be free.

Sing.

S

© 2015 Egyirba High All Rights Reserved

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